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Nothing Less Will Do

No compromise: The nature of The Fall was enthroning human reason over the superior moral wisdom of the heart-mind. The Curse of the Fall is so deeply ingrained that we struggle to find words to explain it. Casual readers are … Continue reading

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Mind Forts Founded on Sand

Here at Kiln of the Soul, we tend to operate on three levels simultaneously. At the highest level, of course, is the Spirit Realm. We address it in parables, but it boils down to acknowledging God as God. He is … Continue reading

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03 Come and See

Your true will longs for something better than what society offers. The effect of moving your conscious awareness into the Spirit Realm means pulling your head along behind into a different space of moral discernment. You realize that the moral … Continue reading

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02 Big Dig

Who are you? Who did God intend for you to be? There are several parables for this. I rather like the image of God handing Moses two stone tablets. Try to wash from your mind the popular artwork depicting Moses … Continue reading

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Why Noah’s Law?

It’s a matter of faith: We stand ready to die for the name of Christ. I have been crucified with Christ. It is no longer just me living in this fleshly body, but Christ lives in me, too. Now the … Continue reading

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The Norm of Miracles

Before anyone starts to ask the questions, the answer is mysticism. We can wrap our answers in reason, but the fundamental issue remains, “Thus saith the Lord” who made all things and determines how reality works. Further, He has not … Continue reading

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Glory on the Far Horizon

In our study in Psalm 119, we’ve seen the psalmist use several terms to indicate the revelation of God. One of those words translates as “testimony” — a record of something that actually happened as reported by eye witnesses. If … Continue reading

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